The new Mama’s collection is different of all the others that have com so far. Made by four beads Murano type, those made in lampwork, the collection was born as a tribute to the history of this technique that was developed and refined in a mysterious island in Venice, Italy that gave the name to the technique: the Murano Island. The name of the collection, L’Isola, means island in italian, because during the middle Ages, this island became the stage of the birth of this lampwork technique very known for its amazing colors, decorative bubbles and singularity of its pieces. The Murano Island got famous after a government decree that forced all the glass factories in Italy to move to the island to avoid city fires and, mainly, protect the secrets of the technique. The release collection date is at the glass maker's day, the responsibles for perpetuating this technique and allowing it to get to your bracelet beads today. With its name inspired by the churches at Murano famous by its glass decoration, Stefano mixes perfectly the technique and its bubbles with the beauty of the blue color.